Transmitting Science aims to support the share of knowledge between scientists. With more than 100 advanced courses in different topics related to Life Sciences already organized, Transmitting Science focuses particularly on the teaching of new methodologies, instruments, and techniques, always with a hands-on approach, and international instructors selected amongst the leading experts in their fields.
The courses (see here) cover a wide range of research methods and are aimed at postgraduate students, postdoctoral researchers and established academics from all over the world.
Transmitting Science is based in Barcelona, Spain, and 90% of courses and workshops are held in Spain. However, a few courses are held in Argentina and Canada, and logistics is always available to accommodate international students. Grants might also be available.
Paleowire has partnered with Transmitting Science and, as a part of the underlying agreement, we are pleased to announce that Paleowire readers will have access to all future Transmitting Science courses related to Paleontology with a 20% discount.
New courses will be featured in Paleowire’s web page and a discount code will be provided for each. Just mention it at the time of your enrollment to benefit from the discount.
All courses covered by the agreements will be listed here: http://www.paleowire.com/category/transmitting-science/
Read more about Transmitting Science at its webpage: click here to visit.
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